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The news (24/11/2014)


 

Presentation in UK o the new CEPEJ guidelines for a better implementation of the existing Council of Europe’s Recommendation on enforcement

The guidelines for a better implementation of the existing Council of Europe’s Recommendation on enforcement, adopted by the European Commission for the Efficiency of Justice (CEPEJ) in December 2009, were officially presented on 18 January in the UK by Mr John Stacey, Vice President of the CEPEJ and Head of International Development for Court Administration at Her Majesty’s Court Service and Mr John Marston, Chairman of the CEPEJ working group on Enforcement and Former Chairman of the High Court Enforcement Officiers's Association in England and Wales. The presentation took place at the Ministry of Justice in London and it will be featured in a major publication, Credit Today.


These guidelines are targeted at all users of enforcement services, giving them a concrete tool for a better iomplementation of national and European standards in this field.
 

Mr Stacey took this opportunity to thank for the efforts made by all members and observers of the CEPEJ's working group on enforcement, for their high contribution without which the production of these guidelines would not have been possible.


 
 
 
 
 

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